MacDougall, John of Dunollie: (lain Ciar ) Twenty-second Chief of the clan and son of Allen (21) of Dunollie. Joined the Rising of 1715 and led two hundred kinsmen at Sheriffmuir. After the failure of this rising, lain Ciar was in exile for eleven years. He was known for his swordmanship and bravery, and his name is associated with many bold tales. He married Mary the daughter of William MacDonald of Sleat. Mary bravely defended Dunollie during her husband's exile. His second son, Allan, went to the East Indies. His third son joined the Rising of 1745.